Guest Posted March 15, 2005 Share Posted March 15, 2005 (edited) JTS (Just The Same template structure) Yesterday I was playing with the BTS, moving the files around a little, and a thought it would be nice to have a BTS version that would be organized a little bit more like the template structure in the current MS3 CVS version (currently only the admin side has a template structure in MS3 CVS, but the JTS is still about a catalog template structure b.t.w.). I decided to release it separately from the BTS and give it another name, allthough 99% of the code is the same as the previous BTS versions. Because this way the BTS may be still developed (by others) in it's own direction. While the JTS (Just The Same template structure) may be developed more towards MS3 compatibility (maybe even leaving full MS2 compatibitity one day?). Of course I have no way of knowing how the MS3 template structure will really be like, I'm just guessing by looking at the current CVS, and so I might be completeley wrong about it! I left out some of the bloat (I added myself ;) ) of the BTSv1.4, so the JTS is a more or less an in between version of the BTSv1.3 and BTSv1.4 (but not really fully compatible with either). Very small adjustements should/can be made to the main/default template file to be able to switch between those versions. Adapted testing templates are included. The template switching feature is still available. Only to be used on a clean osC2.2MS2 installation! No upgrade instructions available! Only use this if you know some PHP, HTML, CSS en osC. This is not a template system (like the STS is), just a structure! Adding MS2 catalog contributions to this stucture will be harder than on a clean osC installation! (admin stayed unchanged, so there won't be any problems with admin changes and contributions) It allows you to make major changes to your layout by edditing only one or two files, while still using normal PHP en osC code. No need to learn any $tags or something. Due to chicken and egg problem, the download url will follow later today. hth Edited March 15, 2005 by PandA.nl Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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